We will pick you up from our helipad in Khalda and fly over the University of Jordan to enjoy the northern parts of Amman including the Applied Science Private University in Shafa Badran Area and Sahara Mall in Abu Nusseir Area. Drifting over the Balqa’a Terrains you will get the chance to pamper your sight with the green sceneries of Wasfi Al Tal Forest. Moving on to more soothing nature sceneries we’ll be taking you over Tal Al Rumman Area and King Talal Dam with a capacity of 86 million cubic meters, and of course over Jordan’s largest and most interesting Roman site, and the major tourist drawcard, the ruined city of Jerash, where we will finally land.
After you enjoy its imposing ceremonial gates, colonnaded avenues, temples and theatres that speak to the time when this was an important imperial center. Our captains will pick you up and
You can add a 12 minutes sightseeing tour to fly over these amazing landmarks:
Tal Al Rumman: Al-Hussein International Rumman Hill Climb – one of the Middle East’s longest standing sporting events that has become a highlight on the Kingdom’s social and sporting calendar.
King Talal Dam: A large dam in the northern hills of Jordan, across the Zarqa River. The dam was established in 1971 and has the capacity of 86,000,000 m3 (69,721 acre/ft).
Mastaba, Alouk, Marsa’a: Three of the sub-districts of Qasabah Jarash district in Jerash governorate.
Al Baqa’a terrains: Baqa’a was one of six “emergency” camps set up in Jordan in 1968 to house Palestinians who left the West Bank and Gaza Strip during the 1967 Arab–Israeli war. Between June 1967 and February 1968, residents were housed in temporary camps in the Jordan valley.
Wasfi Al Tal Forest Reserve: A pine tree reserve named after the late Wasfi Al Tal on top of a mountain with amazing views overlooking Al Salt, Ajloun, Jerash and Amman highway.